Further sponsors announced for Educate Awards 2022
SENDSCOPE will sponsor the SEND Provision Award and Evaluate-Ed will sponsor the Most Inspirational Secondary School category.
Based at St Francis Xavier’s College in Woolton, SENDSCOPE is an innovative and registered, tuition and training centre, supporting neurodiverse young people in years 6, 7 and 8.
SENDSCOPE is a short-term placement for six to 12 weeks where young people can develop the confidence, resilience and self-belief required in order to flourish in an educational setting. The business also offers professional development and training to schools, parents and carers.
Natalie Walsh, SENDSCOPE principal, said: “SENDSCOPE is extremely proud to be sponsoring the SEND Provision Award at the Educate Awards for 2022. We want to celebrate inclusive practice for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities across the North West and recognise the outstanding work schools are doing to achieve fantastic outcomes for children and young people with SEND.”
Evaluate-Ed helps schools measure, track and report school improvement in a simple, collaborative and effective way.
It equips schools, academies and MATs with the real-time data needed to detect emerging threats and identify school improvement opportunities, direct and course-correct school improvement plans and effortlessly monitor and accelerate progress towards school improvement goals.
Howard Jackson, CEO of Evaluate-Ed, said: “It is a real honour to sponsor the award for Most Inspirational Secondary School. The Evaluate-Ed team and I are really excited to develop a partnership with schools across the North West and beyond with Educate Awards.
“The awards support excellence and celebrates innovators and game changers in the world of education. Evaluate-Ed’s purpose is to help improve schools and everyone in them. It offers a unique, affordable platform that supports school evaluation and improvement. Leaders who use the platform will have a much better understanding of their school than ever before and have access to national education figures that can support individual schools and groups of schools to collaborate and collectively improve.”
Kim O’Brien, founder of Educate Awards, said: “We’re delighted to welcome support from SENDSCOPE and Evaluate-Ed. Their values perfectly align with our event as education, and the people within it, is at the heart of everything they do.
“We’re so grateful for their support and a huge thank you to our loyal group of sponsors who are continuing to partner with us this year.”
For the seventh year running, Copyrite Systems and Ricoh are title sponsors of the Educate Awards. Associate sponsors include All About STEM, Angel Solutions, CER, CPMM Media Group, Hidden Strength, LCR Careers Hub, Liverpool John Moores University, LSSP, Progress Careers and SupplyWell.